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In This Issue…
- Chair’s column
An overview of the activities of the Standing Committee on Law-Related Education over the past year.
- The growth of law-related education
Illinois now requires one full semester of civics for all students enrolling in high school on or after July 1, 2016.
- Granite City High School: A democracy school with a proud tradition of service
Granite City High School imparts a strong belief that civic engagement among its students prepares them to become productive and responsible citizens and it has a long-standing tradition of community service and civic engagement.
- O’Fallon Township High School: A democracy school focused on civics engagement
O’Fallon Township High School, a school of 2,600 students in O’Fallon, Illinois (just east of St. Louis) was recently designated a Democracy School by the Illinois Civic Mission Coalition.
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